Hotel Terme Internazionale4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed in the internazionale over the Easter period 2017 with 5 other friends. We don't normally stay in hotels, preferring self catering accommodation or if we do it is usually only B & B only as we like to sample different restaurants every night but on this occasion we opted for half board. Dinner is at 8pm so if you go out for the day then its easy to get back in time. The hotel is spotlessly clean and tastefully decorated. The rooms are very spacious and again clean and serviced every day. The beds are very firm but not uncomfortable. We had a shower over the bath but there was no shower curtain so you had to be very careful not to soak the vanity sink unit and floor when showering but the water pressure was fine and there was plenty of hot water. We even had baths on a few occasions. For the ladies that might read this, the hair dryer is good but slightly different to what we would be used to. The end of the dryer is flat and oblong shaped as opposed the the normal hairdryer, but once you get used to the angle on the brush it works very well and quickly. The only thing is that it does get hot on the handle and the pipe so if you have children take care if they use it themselves. Our room was on the 6th floor and at the back of the hotel facing very pretty residential area and the mountains in the distance. The only problem was that there is no double glazing in the windows and there were 2 very noisy dogs in a yard of the nearest house, they barked at every one that passed the house regardless of what the time was and also at 6 am the bins are emptied and the deliveries arrive early too. It can get a little noisy, If you have a choice then ask for a pool facing room it will be a lot quieter. On saying that it was a little annoying but we managed to go back to sleep one it was all over. There is also a free safe in your room. The food is excellent and varied for breakfast and dinner and very healthy. There are 4 courses at dinner and different every day the Breakfast is a buffet but again plenty of verity to choose from .The restaurant staff are also very good and attentive nothing is too much trouble. The wine is not included in the cost of the half board and you will be charged extra at the end of your stay. The bar staff are very friendly and you always get free nibbles with every drink. As for the 2 pools I have never got into a pool that is so warm. Its like stepping into a bath and that's not an exaggeration. This was fine in April but I imagine if you were there at the height of summer and needed to cool down it would not be so good. There are many Jacuzzi's in the outside and inside pool. The inside ones have different jets and massage different areas of your body You are only supposed to spend 5 minuets in each one and then let someone else have a go but there are a few people who hog them, you just have to be firm and ask them to move. You will not be allowed to swim without a swimming cap. You will be able to buy one in the local shops for about 1.50 euros but if you have one make sure you pack it. if you want pool towels they are 4 euros each. As we were only there for 5 days we just dried off the one towel and used them every day. You may also need to take a toweling road to get to and from your room to poolside. you can hire them for the week but its 12 euroes The town its self is very pretty but the trading hours are not as in the UK. all shops close at 1pm and reopen at 4 ish. I guess that is the Italian way even some of the cafe's close at the same time. Not sure how the restaurants are as we were half board and only ate in the hotel. but the clothes are quite expensive but all good quality and very different. All in all this is a great hotel and would recommend it but on saying that I think the back of the hotel would benefit from double glazing to shut out early morning noise but I guess knowing the size of the hotel that would be a bit of a tall order.
You know every place has its advantages and disadvantages. Let's start with the advantages...this place is grand. As soon as you walk into the lobby, you see the ceiling covered with crystal chandeliers. There is a grand piano, and a large lobby which is absolutely beautiful to see. The terme pools are also perfect to relax in. The place has an indoor and outdoor pool and the temperature is just right. It was nice to see the pool is checked for chemicals constantly and the decks are cleaned and disinfected daily. My wife and I had breakfast included in our package and decided to stay for dinner. The dinner was more than what we expected. Friendly staff, food is delicious and the menu changes daily. Now for some disadvantages....the rooms were old but large and in need of updating. The internet was intermittent at best in our room, and the smoke detectors were missing as well. We did have a balcony that overlooked the city. Breakfast was a buffet but the same things every morning. We wish there were different hot dishes but there were not. Despite these disadvantages, my wife and I will return for future stays. You should try it too.
Old hotel. Air temperature in the room not working. Toilet flush stucked on during the night making a lot of noise. Very old structure, both hotel and pools/sauna. Quite crowded (in the afteroon we could not find a free seat where to leave our towels. Only positive aspect that room was clean.
We stayed at the Internazionale for five nights on our recent trip to see Andrea Bocelli in concert in Marostica (what a night). A modern hotel within easy walking distance of the town and some lovely restaurants. Very clean (slow and small lifts) with a good swimming pool and an adequate rather than top end restaurant.
Here with a coach load of Brits mainly to attend a concert near Verona. Chaos at reception where they seemed surprised to see us. Claustrophobic slow lifts to 11th floor tiny room with fabulous views from balcony. CH didn't work but temperatures OK. Pool area superb as is the water at 30 degrees Celsius. Good food but not outstanding. Every member of staff seems to speak English. Wouldn't rush back.
Stayed in this hotel for 3 nights for a reunion catch up. Hotel is very comfortable with good service. Rooms are spacious Great massage and treatments Reasonable prices Food was simple but well cooked and very fresh Waiters were very friendly and knew their guests who obviously return here year after year. Lovely gardens to wander through and good location just a few minutes walk to the centre pedestrian strip with its lovely shops.
We recently spent a weekend at this hotel in Abano Terme. As many guests noticed, it is indeed a bit run down. This time in Abano we had a very modest room. AC wasn't working yet, so we had to keep the windows open all night and solved the heat problem. The room was very simple but lacking nothing, honestly. Breakfast was varied and good. But what conquered our hearts was the indoor pool with thermal water, complete with water jets, water beds, water cycles, a sauna and a nice shower/toilet area. I'd go back for sure. My muscular tensions disappeared and I felt sooo good....
Dear all It s been my first time in this hotel/ spa and the 3rd time for my mum .. The only thing i can say, in here you ll find relax and peace ! When you finish holiday week you ll feel re born!!!! Kind staff and really good food! Highly reccomanded! Definatelly coming back!!!
I spent 5 days here with girlfriends. It's my second visit in a group. We love this place. Clean,tidy and friendly. Lovely food with lots of choice,table service. Huge salad bar. Drinks at the bar are not expensive. Wonderful warm pool. I had a body massage and a facial which was excellent and a good price. I would stay here with my family as it's easy to get to Venice by train. Can't wait to go back. Thank you to all the staff.
Off the beaten track - tranquil and relaxing town Abano Terme with beautiful fountains and real resort feel. Most visitors are Italian. Every hotel has its own thermal pool(s) with healing mineral water from local springs. We loved the town and the hotel! Also a great base to explore nearby Venice and Padova. Highly recommend the hotel to families and couples. Special thanks to restaurant manager and waiters: Very friendly restaurant service. Welcoming restaurant staff was very patient and open to any requests. Highly recommend the hotel to families and couples. They even have a ballroom dancing nite every Friday with a live band. Would love to come back! Only one wish: hopefully, the management will fix the tennis courts.
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Hotel Terme Internazionale is located within a 15-minute drive of Villa Molin and Montecchia Golf Club. This 4-star hotel has 153 guestrooms and offers a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. Scrovegni Chapel and Church of the Eremitani are also within a 30-minute drive.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and is served from 7:30 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or meet other guests at the free manager's reception.
All of Hotel Terme Internazionale's 153 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including balconies, minibars, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Hair dryers and desks are also standard.
Guests of Hotel Terme Internazionale enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. There's free parking, as well as an airport shuttle for a fee (available 24 hours). The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and concierge services. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a fitness center, a spa tub, and a sauna.
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60% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 717 reviews